Media Coverage

Baltramonas Joins Minnesota Valley Funeral Home

Published Monday, January 9, 2017

The Journal (New Ulm, MN) reports that Dan Baltramonas joined the staff at Minnesota Valley Funeral Homes (MVFH) as a licensed funeral director on Dec. 10, 2016. He earned a degree in Mortuary Science from MCC. Baltramonas joins Minnesota Valley Funeral Home _ News, Sports, Jobs - The Journal.pdf

PHX Stages: The Bridge Initiative Announces New Play Contest Winner

Published Wednesday, January 4, 2017

PHX Stages announces that Women in Theatre has awarded Los Angeles-based Alyson Mead's The Flora and Fauna winner of their New Work Contest.  New York director Stefanie Sertich, a specialist in new play development, will be in residence at Mesa Community College with Mead, February 20-25th, working on the script. PHX Stages_ The Bridge Initiative Announces New Play Contest Winner.pdf

Spark a New Hobby at Flagg Gem and Mineral Show

Published Wednesday, January 4, 2017

The Arizona Republic reports that the 45th annual Flagg Gem and Mineral Show, being held held at Mesa Community College from Jan. 6 to 8, offers interactive activities for families and more. MCC’s geology club, one of the show’s longtime participants, will assist with the fossil dig and share information on mineral and rock collecting with the public, says instructor Kelli Wakefield. Gem Show.pdf and Sonoran Living Live, no transcript available. and New Times

25+ Free Things to Do in the East Valley and Beyond

Published Monday, January 2, 2017

Cadence at Gateway's blog found more than 25 options for free fun in Mesa, the East Valley, and throughout Phoenix—with options for every age range and interest. MCC's Rose Garden at S&D and the Cienega at RM are included in the list. 25+ Free Things to Do in the East Valley.pdf

Satisfy your Curiosity with Exciting Educational and Social Opportunities

Published Monday, January 2, 2017

Sun Lakes Splash announces opportunities available in New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning at MCC. Sun Lakes.pdf

Maricopa Now January 2017 Edition: AZ High School Auto Challenge and First Responder Training

Published Sunday, January 1, 2017

The January edition of Maricopa Now features the AZ High School Auto Competition at MCC. Interview with Bryce Bond. Also featured is First Responder Training, with an interview with Sean Newton, Justine Willman and Mallory Prucha.

2016--EV Makes Its Mark on History

Published Sunday, January 1, 2017

The East Valley Tribune reports on events in the East Valley in 2016, including MCC news that Shouan Pan, who served as Mesa Community College president since 2008, left for a job in Seattle. Sasan Poureetezadi, the school’s vice president for information technology, became interim president in August. 2016 – EV makes its mark on history - East Valley Tribune_ Az Activities.pdf

My Turn: Education is the Future of Mesa

Published Sunday, January 1, 2017

Mesa Mayor John Giles writes a My Turn column for the Arizona Republic that names MCC as one of the city's core educational organizations. Education is the future of Mesa.pdf

Volunteers Needed to Help Revitalize MCC Garden

Published Saturday, December 31, 2016

My News Mesa reports that approximately 300 volunteers are needed for a large-scale city-wide event Saturday, Jan. 14 to revitalize and prune the Rose Garden at Mesa Community College. It is the largest public rose garden in the desert Southwest and the only significant public rose garden begun since 1974. MyNewsMesa Rose Garden.pdf and City of Mesa

Free MCC Event Helps Students, Families Prepare for College

Published Friday, December 30, 2016

My News Mesa reports that students, families and community members are invited to “Community Learning Day” at Mesa Community College, 1833 W. Southern Ave., on Saturday, Jan. 14 to learn how to navigate the road from high school to college. Free MCC event helps students, families prepare for college - MyNewsMesa.com_.pdf and Page 5 of Mesa Gateway Connection and EV Tribune and Mesa Independent